Trans-disciplinary research in synthesis of grass pollen aerobiology and its importance for respiratory health in Australasia
Grass pollen is a major trigger for allergic rhinitis and asthma, yet little is known about the timing and levels of human exposure to airborne grass pollen across Australasian urban environments. The relationships between environmental aeroallergen exposure and allergic respiratory disease bridge the fields of ecology, aerobiology, geospatial science and public health.The Australian Aerobiology Working Group comprised of experts in botany, palynology, biogeography, climate change science,...[Show more]
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